Columbus, OH – September 15, 2006 – Find out how the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) can make a difference in your research.
If you’ve ever wondered what OSC does or how high performance computing (HPC) can impact your research, this is the workshop for you. OSC is hosting a two-hour presentation packed with information about its services, HPC, networking and related resources.
The workshop, “High Performance Computing at OSC: An Overview,” will be held on September 26, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in OSC’s Bale theater. Workshop attendees will learn about:
Accessing OSC resources
Statewide Users Group
"The HPC overview is an excellent opportunity for people to learn more about OSC,” said Jim Giuliani, OSC Science and Technology Support Manager. “In addition to learning about the latest HPC hardware and how to access these resources, it provides a very good opportunity to see what type of science is being done on our systems."
As a state-supported institution through the Ohio Board of Regents, OSC makes its resources available to Ohio academic researchers and their collaborators.
OSC is Ohio's high performance computing, networking, and research center. Established in 1987 by the Ohio Board of Regents, the Center provides scientific computing, networking, educational outreach, and information technology resources to state and national high performance computing and networking groups. OSC empowers its academic, industrial, and government partners to make Ohio the education and technology state of the future. More information about OSC can be found at www.osc.edu.